How Stage Ten’s Video Platform Helped John Krasinski and Cardi B Remote Broadcast in a Pandemic

How Stage Ten’s Video Platform Helped John Krasinski and Cardi B  Remote Broadcast in a Pandemic
Founded in 2014, Stage Ten has been behind video production for live streaming to social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

The simple behind-the-scenes interface allows guest to stream from anywhere in the world and during the pandemic and lockdown has helped productions broadcast remote content. It is behind John Krasinski’s “Some Good News Prom,” “In Goop Health: The Sessions,” “No Filter with Naomi Campbell,” and went live with Cardi B to promote her new single and Live with Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper.

Sonia Hong, Head of Production and Creative Development, talks with Variety about how Stage Ten has stepped in with its virtual control rooms so creators can continue to broadcast during the coronavirus pandemic.

Where was Stage Ten when this began?

Five years ago, we did our first interactive show where we invited pet owners and pets to compete in this global format where people could vote.
See full article at Variety »

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